SIEM has been with us for almost two decades now and is seen as a proven approach to dealing with potential threats as well as actual attacks on business critical systems. But today, it is becoming clear that changes in IT infrastructure and deployment practices are giving rise to new challenges that cannot be met by existing SIEM platforms.
Security Orchestration, Automation, and Response (SOAR) solution effectively deal with information security challenges and provide better defence against cyber threats. However, the organizations must be aware of important questions before deploying the SOAR solution. The following sections will take a deep dive to elaborate on these questions.
The impact of the colossal Starwood Hotels & Resorts data breach continues to reverberate across the global technology community. In its wake, the importance of log management and security information event management (SIEM) systems has once again come to the forefront. Let’s explore what SIEM is, the many acronyms emerging in the SIEM space and where logging fits into the picture.
Tripwire has demonstrated its ongoing commitment to meeting U.S. government and internationally recognized security standards by achieving the most current Common Criteria standards for its latest version of Tripwire IP360’s 9.0.1, specifying the certification as “Evaluation Assurance Level 2 augmented with Flaw Remediation” (EAL2+).
SIEM and log management provide security to your organization; these tools allow your security analysts to track events such as potential and successful breaches of your system and react accordingly. Usually, it doesn’t matter how you ensure your organizational safety-as long as you do.
Recently, I had the privilege to be part of a four-person discussion panel at a security event in London where the topic was about incident response. The panel was hosted by another security professional, and over 50 professionals from the industry were present in the audience.
Phishing is the bad act of luring users to visit the malicious websites that apparently seems legitimate. The purpose of phishing is to trick users into revealing sensitive and personal information such as usernames, passwords, credit card numbers, and so forth. More often, threat actors carry out phishing attacks by sending suspicious links or attachments through Emails and social media websites.